CONTACT

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Time

04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Hall

ICM München,

Room

Room 12

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Floating Solar Farms - Configurations, Materials and Sustainability

04:00 pm
04:05 pm

Welcome and Introduction

  • Frank Haugwitz
    Head of Intersolar Conference Development, Solar Promotion International GmbH, China

04:05 pm
04:20 pm

Issues Encountered and New Updates in the World’s Largest Floating PV Testbed

04:20 pm
04:35 pm

Make Floating Solar a Self-evidence of Reliability and Sustainability

  • Neige Breant
    Europe Business Development Manager, Ciel & Terre International, France

04:35 pm
04:50 pm

Floating PV Solution Concept, Design and Issues

  • Veyis Neo Toprak
    General Manager Smart Energy Business Division, LG CNS Co. Ltd., South Korea

04:50 pm
05:05 pm

Common Misconceptions about Mooring in the Floating PV Application

05:05 pm
05:20 pm

Floating Solar Park - A Coastal Solution

05:20 pm
05:30 pm

Q&A

Speakers

 Frank Haugwitz
Frank Haugwitz
Head of Intersolar Conference Development, Solar Promotion International GmbH, China
 Haohui Liu
Haohui Liu
Research Fellow, SERIS, Singapore
 Neige Breant
Neige Breant
Europe Business Development Manager, Ciel & Terre International, France
 Veyis Neo Toprak
Veyis Neo Toprak
General Manager Smart Energy Business Division, LG CNS Co. Ltd., South Korea
 Charles Gery
Charles Gery
Global Sales Manager, Seaflex AB, Sweden
 Alexander Minge Thøgersen
Alexander Minge Thøgersen
Vice President Engineering, mossmaritime, Norway

Summary

Take a deep dive into the practicalities of floating solar PV! With constant development and innovation in this burgeoning segment, the range of configurations and applications on offer only continues to grow, while advanced materials offer impressive efficiency and durability. Various mooring and anchoring options make floating solar PV an attractive investment wherever there is water. Of course, environmental concerns are a top priority, and presentations will also carefully consider how floating PV farms minimize their impact and protect aquatic habitats.